Former India captain Mohammed Azharuddin, who heads the Hyderabad Cricket Affiliation, has stated the stampede for tickets to the September 25 India-Australia T20 match was not the affiliation’s fault.
“It isn’t as straightforward to conduct a match as sitting on this room and discussing. Now we have executed nothing incorrect. We’re with the followers who have been injured, and the HCA will handle them fully,” the previous India captain stated final night, sitting subsequent to the Telangana Sport Minister, V Srinivas Goud, who sought a report.
4 folks have been injured, and police are additionally planning motion towards the HCA, which is the organising physique.
“I’ll give a whole report on the sale of tickets, availability and different particulars to the minister, and he’ll inform you what’s appropriate and what’s incorrect,” Mohammed Azharuddin additional stated.
“There are going to be issues. Sure, the general public desires to see the match after a three-year hole. However, once more, not all of them can do it,” stated the veteran.
It’s the first worldwide match at Hyderabad since 2019.
“Now we have nothing to cover. However, on the identical time, now we have to ensure the sport goes ahead,” he added.
The India and Australia match will happen on the Rajiv Gandhi Worldwide Stadium, Hyderabad, this Saturday.
Round 15,000 folks had gathered on the floor for tickets yesterday. A few of them had arrived early within the morning, reported information company PTI. However the state of affairs went uncontrolled and a stampede broke out. Police used batons to disperse the group.